Classic Finish by The Gurkha
The final race of the day proved to be the most keenly contested with many horses appearing to have claims halfway down the straight.
Toss'n'spin has been ultra consistent all season and the gelding finally broke through for victory when narrowly taking out the Goldfields Honda Handicap (1400m) for Misty and Aaron Bazeley.
The five-year-old was made to earn it as favourite Redline Vector headed the large chasing pack.
Redline Vector ended second while third-placed Mosalishus fought on tenaciously after leading.
Cooks Landing loomed large as she began rattling home from last for Aaron Mitchell, however could do know better than fourth amid the extremely congested finish.
For much of the straight it was impossible to predict a winner as nervous punters watched on.
Joann Demasson has worked wonders with The Feral this campaign, totally reversing the horse's fortunes.
The problem-plagued galloper has thrived since the move from Vernon Brockman's Perth stables.
After an un-inspiring start to his career, The Feral has produced three wins and two placings from five starts this campaign.
The Bearcat entire relished an increase in distance, comfortably taking out the P.Fernie Oh What A Trainer Handicap (1760m) from Sheer Logic.
In The Mood provided the first of Aaron Bazeley's training double, scoring an all-the-way win in the Goldfields Kia Handicap (1100m).
The Bletchley Park mare was sent out favourite after winning her maiden last start.
Dan Morton continued his successful Goldfields season when Keg Mouse narrowly won the Goldfields Great Wall Maiden (1300m), fighting off a gallant Force of Nature.
Diamond Dame also broke her maiden tag when coming from well-back to claim the Toyota Chook Maiden (1200m).